TIME AND INTERACTION: RESEARCH THROUGH NON-VISUAL ARTS AND MEDIA
This chapter discusses the challenges related to arts-based research in and through time-based artistic expressions. Even though many of the examples referenced in this chapter belong to the field of musical practice, the issues and challenges they intend to highlight are obviously common to several other real-time scenic and performing art forms. Even art expressions that are not easily associated with the real-time processes of music (e.g. painting, directing, design, etc., as well as hybrid forms converging artistic and technological thinking such as computer-game design and the design of multi-user interactive environments), may in fact prove to have much in common with the timebased art forms.